Admittedly, I'm new to Drupal and just getting the hang of all its functions, but when I read this article at Boxes and Arrows, I immediately

Now, I have stopped counting how many instance of Drupal I've installed! It must be well over 2 dozen in the last year. I love Drupal but the installation process is not easy and is repetitive.

I just posted this to my drupal site and thought someone might be interested in this particular way of using RSS to push content from one drupal site to another:

I published an article in Library Journal on Knowledge Logging and News Feed aggregation that mentions Drupal a few times.

htmlArea is a WYSIWYG editor to replace textareas.

I am currently evaluating software for use as a part of website for parents and children engaged in home-schooling via a charter school.

Hugo Espuny has been working hard to prepare the Drupal 4.1.0 Debian package which is now part of Debian's uns

I'm wondering about the practical outer limits of what drupal can handle. I have a client who currently has a site with about 40k regular users, and wants to blog-enable them.

We put a task list in place. So if you want to help out but don't know where to start, take a look at the task list.